Facts and circumstances giving rise to these appeals are that the appellant herein, H.P. Public Service Commission (hereinafter called as, “the Commission”) advertised 13 vacancies of the Civil Judge (Junior Division) on 2nd April, 2005, providing th..
. Pochamreddy Subba Reddy and three others (hereinafter referred to as `the plaintiffs’) filed O.S. No.1 of 2009 for grant of permanent injunction to restrain Maddika Nageshwari and six others (hereinafter referred as `the defendants’) from interferi..
Respondent No.1 joined service as Sub Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate, II Class in March, 1973. His date of birth was recorded in the service book as 27.3.1936 because that was the date mentioned in the matriculation certificate and the application mad..
This appeal has been preferred against the Judgment and Order of the High Court of Judicature at Madras dated 10th July, 2001 allowing the appeal filed by the respondent No.1 against the judgment and decree of the Ist Appellate Court dated 17.9.1986 ..
Having failed to convince the Division Bench of Allahabad High Court that order dated 29.7.2008 passed by respondent No.3 – Chief Regional Manager, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, Regional Office Loni, District Ghaziabad (U.P.) cancelling th..
first Appeal is at the instance of the defendant in a suit for recovery of money - burglary insurance- insurance company claimed that suit barred by limitation and not involved burglary insurance- 3 surveyors appointed and report filed - as the autho..
Determination of right to mining iron ore, a natural resource, has reached this Court in second round of litigation. Respondent No.1 in both the Special Leave Petitions had challenged the Order of State of Andhra Pradesh issued on 25.11.2009, suspend..
The predecessor-in-interest of respondent no.3 was an unauthorised occupant of a hut/structure in the slum area measuring about 600 sq. ft. Respondent No.3 vide Deed of Assignment dated 15.7.2006 assigned her rights to the respondent no.4. The partne..
Learned senior counsel for the appellants submitted that there should not be any conviction and sentence on disjointed and scrappy evidence. The trial Court as well as the High Court failed to take into account various infirmities that crept into th..
Learned senior counsel for the appellant after taking us through all the relevant materials contended that the High Court has committed an error in upholding the conviction of the appellant when on the same set of evidence the other accused were acqu..
. The relevant facts very briefly are that on 28.07.1983 the Government of India sent a Circular to all the State Governments to depute the Forest Range Officers who have passed the Forest Ranger Course with honours for admission to two year course a..
The relevant facts very briefly are that the respondents herein were working in the post of Investigators in the National Sample Survey Organisation, Government of India, Ministry of Planning and Implementation, Department of Statistics at Hyderabad,..
The petitioner appeared in the Maharashtra State Service (Main), Examination, 1990, which was held for the filling up of 22 posts of Deputy Superintendent of Police/Assistant Commissioner of Police, Class-I. In his application, the Petitioner gave hi..
The Respondent No.1 is a Public Limited Company engaged in the manufacture and sale of two wheelers, scooters and motorcycles, having its registered office at Panaki Industrial Area in Kanpur, U.P. The Company obtained power load from the Kanpur Elec..
The respondents filed counter affidavit in opposition to the writ petition and pointed out that firearms fall under the restricted category of Exim Policy (1997-2002) and as such import of firearms is not permitted except against an import licence is..
By this judgment and order, we propose to dispose of the two appeals filed by the fourteen accused persons who have been convicted and sentenced by the 2nd Ad-hoc Additional Sessions Judge, Ahmednagar by judgment and order dated 10.09.2004 which has ..
Challenge in this appeal is to the Division Bench Judgment of the Calcutta High Court wherein the appeal filed by respondent herein, namely, Bibhas Chandra Das was allowed holding that no probate could be granted in favour of the present appellant, n..
. The Appellant had been applying for Higher Secondary courses ever since 1996. However, its applications were not considered by the respondents in light of the policy that the Government was allowing only those applicants who already had existing Hi..